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GZA Review - 2002-10-23 09:28:39

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Complex Magazine is the first to review GZA's Legend Of The Liquid Sword:

The head of the Wu-Tang Voltron, known for his dense lyricism and precise flow. Witty Unpredictable Talent All-Natural Game.

After a classic solo debut and sub-par sophomore album, the Genius returns to put a bullet through our thinking caps. Verbally invincible, GZA's Achilles' heel in the past has been weak beats. Fortunately this album is virtually devoid of them, from up-tempo bangers like Stay In Line to the dramatic conceptual opus Animal Planet.

Ghostface ain't the only Wu member who's still got it. Ten jewels out of 13 songs. (4 out of 5 stars)

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